Its about strategy: Ali Roba defends move to join UDA

Joined Democratic Movement (UDM) party pioneer Ali Roba has shielded its transition to join Kenya Kwanza Alliance notwithstanding marking an alliance settlement with Azimio La Umoja-One Kenya.

Roba named the move as vital pointed toward haggling for the government assistance of their kin in the approaching government which will be driven by president elect William Ruto, if the state of affairs remains.

“We should have the option to situate ourselves decisively to have the option to fit in the texture of the general population and ready to sit and haggle for the benefit of individuals we have. Eventually everyone should battle for the public space,” said the Mandera Senator Elect.

Ali Roba leader of UDM party image
A file image of Ali Roba

The United Democratic Movement (UDM) with its seven MPs, two legislators, two lead representatives and 35 Members of County Assembly have joined Kenya Kwanza Alliance.

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The people who moved incorporate Deputy Party Leader and Marsabit Governor-Elect Mohamud Ali and Mandera Governor-Elect Mohamed Adan Khalif who were available at President-elect William Ruto’s Karen Residence, Nairobi.

Roba uncovered that their political settlement with the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya was a striving one as they sort to fit inside the Raila Odinga drove alliance.

“It’s not necessary to focus on positions yet the sensation of having a place some place where you feel perceived, regarded and counseled. The nation should continue on,” he expressed .

The move came as the fight for numbers in the two alliances keeps on guaranteeing they have the numbers to choose speakers, authority of key advisory groups and at last control House business.

Legitimately, UDM stays in Azimio La Umoja alliance with regards to figuring out which partnership has most of numbers in order to pick a Majority Leader and Minority pioneer.

Their move could overcome the decision of Speaker fronted by the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya in the National Assembly where they have most of administrators.

Other people who joined the Kenya Kwanza Alliance were Deputy Governor-Elect Mandera Ali Maalim, Wajir Senator-Elect Abbas Sheik, MPs Umulkheir Kassim (Mandera), Bashir Abdullahi (Mandera North), Kullow Hassan (Banisa), Joseph Lekuton (Laisamis), Mangale Munga Chiforomodo (Lunga), AbdulEnrahim Haro (Mandera South) and Adan Haji (Mandera West).